It is a shame you have received a rejection and will be expelled. We do understand if you are both shocked, upset, and angry that you have ended up in this situation.
When you are going to be expelled, because you did not get the exemption you needed to continue your studies, this will be registered on your enrolment. Therefore, it does not change your situation if you resign yourself from SDU.
Yes, you can file a complaint against the Study Board's decision. But you can only appeal against the legal aspects of the decision and not the estimate or assessment itself.
To complain about the legal aspects means , that you can make a complaint that we have not handled your case in accordance with the Public Administration Act and the applicable rules in the field of education.
Read the decision thoroughly and find the cause of the rejection
If you want to file a complaint, read the reason for the decision carefully. Often the reason is that your documentation of extraordinary conditions has not been good enough. And then you need to collect a new documentation, e.g. a new doctor’s certificate.
Follow the complaint instructions
In the rejection of the application for exemption, you can find an appeal guide. Follow it when you file a complaint.
It is particularly important here that you comply with the deadline for appeal. If you have problems getting new documentation in time, write in your complaint that you will submit the documentation, when you receive it.
When you have been expelled from SDU it is tricky to get back in at the same program. How difficult it is depends on how far along you are in the program and what program you are enrolled at.
Which of your passed subjects you can get credits for depends on the curriculum of your new education. It is the Study Board of your new education who can decide if you can transfer credit. The Study Board decides on credit transfer on the basis of specific applications, and you can only apply when you have been admitted to a program.
Therefor, we cannot tell you which subjects you may recieve credit for, and how long it will take to complete another program.
What can you do?
- Read in the curriculum for the programme you wish to apply for. Here you can try to compare the courses you have passed with the courses you will have on the programme you wish to apply for. This will give you a picture of whether you can get credit for some of your passed subjects.
- Talk to the student counsellor on the programme you wish to apply for. The student counsellor knows the Study Board's practice and can tell you more about what can happen to your credit application.
Read the rules about credit.
When you enter a new programme, you must apply for credit for the courses you have passed on other higher education programmes you have attended. We call this starting credit.
Read the rules for starting credit.
Please contact the General Study Counselling at: 65501801 (the phone is open on Mondays and Wednesdays at 10-12). You can also send us an email at: email@example.com.
You can also contact Student Services by phone: 65501050 (Monday to Friday 10-14), or via SPOC. Student Services can help you figure out who can answer your questions.